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The sheriff's department said Lauterbach's mother said that her daughter, of Montgomery, Ohio, had witnessed an incident at Camp Lejeune and was to testify about it.
Sheriff's department officials said evidence causes them to be concerned about Lauterbach's disappearance, WITN reported.
Originally posted by jhill76
Does anyone know what that base specializes in? Any research, nukes, etc.
Originally posted by thedigirati
I was a Marine a Camp Swampy (lejeune) in the early 80's,
( this was all before the "new" urine analysis was in place ) I was Very very glad to get orders to Hawaii.
...Brown said Thursday the Marine Corps is bringing Lauterbach's roommate, Sgt. Daniel Robert Durham, back to North Carolina from a training deployment in California to answer questions...
..."We do feel like he has some answers," said Brown...
Originally posted by jerico65
I caught something really quick on the radio that her mom said that she was coming clean on the fact she got pregnant by a superior officer???
Originally posted by Blaine91555
What I get from this is mixing young men and women; full of hormones and barely out of puberty was a stupid idea. Feminism is one thing but denying the existence and power of sex is quite another.
The Marine Corps is bringing Lauterbach's roommate, Sgt. Daniel Robert Durham, back to North Carolina from a training deployment in California to answer questions.
The Onslow County report said that Durham told police that he had made his home available to Lauterbach "out of sympathy for her situation" and that the two had shared the home for only a short period of time.
Durham said he noticed nothing unusual in Lauterbach's behavior before she disappeared, but said "she had been upset by a phone call from her stepmother."
Mary Lauterbach said her daughter claimed to have been sexually assaulted by a senior officer, but the military investigation had "gone sour," according to the Onslow County reports.
Military investigators also "confirmed the history of compulsive lying," the report said, and added that Lauterbach was facing a possible discharge from the Marine Corps and was under personal and professional stress.
A Marine Corps Times story Thursday, citing unnamed sources, said Lauterbach may have fled her post after she withdrew the sexual assault allegations because she feared being charged with making a false statement. The newspaper said the allegations were lodged with Marine Corps officials last year and later withdrawn.
The young woman's mother, Mary Lauterbach, told authorities that her daughter has a history of being a "compulsive liar," a police report states.